Apologies if this isn't the right forum for this mini review. Hopefully I'm not the only one who thinks this freelance peace-keeper has an honourary place in a true collectors display tl;dr Great figure, short, looks great and is nicely painted. My daughter loves him already and twice I've had to rescue both DH and the vehicons from having tea with Hello Kitty and a Creeper... Comes on the Marvel Infinite Series card Interesting bio, I wish it had referenced more about DH's line crossing history and his distinctive speech pattern, yes? Guess I'm not a better collector because I needed to look up mage Lupex. Unboxing, the figure comes with his signature shield, mace and hand axe. These are all made of soft rubber, which is used extensively on this figure - more on this in a moment. The figure has a decent range of motion: Arms - shoulder swivle & hinge, bicep swivel, hinged elbow, wrists rotate. The arms upper range is restricted by the shoulder pads. Legs - ball joint hips, thigh swivel, double jointed kness, hinged ankles. The thighs range of montion is restricted by the thigh guards. There is also an lower torso joint for waist articulation . The head turns, can look up a small amount but can look down quite far. There is no gun attachment or blaster included, however as he is in standard figure size there should be plenty of ready made and customising options to recreate a favourite weaponised look. While the combined cape / shoulder guards & fake chest feel like a cheat, the whole section is made of the flexible rubber material and can probably be shaped under heat to fit the fake chest sits more flush with the real chest. There are a couple of peg holes behind the fake chest that makes we wonder if it was originally designed to tab on to the figure. The cape section is beautifully sculpted and painted very nicely, with metallic blue making it really pop. The cape also provides very useful stability. This guy is not licking the table without a fight! The hands and shin guards are also made of the same rubber material. The back of his cape has slots to connect the shield and the shield has additional connectors to hold the weapons. Weapons can be held in hand and the shield can be mounted on his arm. Finally, the hands pop out easily and slotting in the weapons is utter simplicity. The fit is snug and secure. Conclusion; Overall a very nice figure and a great addition to a TF collectors line up. He looks great and looks the part of a freelance peace keeper. He is short, but works well with the recent shorter deluxe figures, except Animated Lockdown . I don't have any of the taller Cyberverse commanders or scouts movie scouts for comparison, but he's sticking with my FoC Shockwave - at least until he gets his next job I thoroughly recommend picking this guy up.